World War II and IU
Aug16

World War II and IU

It’s been 75 years since the United States entered World War II after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Many Americans alive today are too young to remember much or weren’t even born yet. But with approximately 492 World War II veterans dying daily, it is imperative that we continue to honor their service and educate younger generations by telling their stories. This includes the rich, multi-faceted story of Immaculata during World War...

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New archaeology minor

Immaculata University’s History, Political Science, and International Studies Department is offering a new minor in American and industrial archaeology. According to William Watson, Ph.D., chair of the department and professor of history, the minor will train students in archaeological technique and help them understand the historical context of artifacts and remains. “Philadelphia was a major center of the American Industrial...

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